Peel Projects

An overview of the projects and initiatives building a stronger region

Peel Water Program – Waroona

The development of alternative water sources in the Peel region to meet the growing demand from agriculture, mining and manufacturing. In Waroona and adjacent areas this includes clarification of demand and the development of supply options including further ground water resources in the Waroona complex, the continuation of the Wellington Dam/Myalup initiative, the development of MAR capabilities (eg Nambeelup), the development of treated waste water initiatives (including the Waroona abattoir, the Gordon Road waste water treatment plant, the Woodman Point waste water treatment plant, and the development of new technology approaches to water and energy solutions (eg geothermal technology, and hydrogen production).

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Initiative planning

Peel Water Program – Murray

The development of alternative water sources in the Peel region to meet the growing demand from agriculture, mining and manufacturing. In Murray and adjacent areas this includes clarification of demand and the development of supply options including further ground water resources in the Waroona complex, the continuation of the Wellington Dam/Myalup initiative, the development of MAR capabilities (eg Nambeelup), the development of treated waste water initiatives (including the Waroona abattoir, the Gordon Road waste water treatment plant, the Woodman Point waste water treatment plant, and the development of new technology approaches to water and energy solutions (eg geothermal technology, and hydrogen production).

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Initiative planning

Peel Waterways Institute

Peel Waterways Institute development is underway with the current implementation of the Waterways Research Infrastructure Project. The WRIP will provide research and community engagement infrastructure and equipment to complement existing programs and facilitate further scientific research and monitoring activities in the Peel-Harvey.

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Funding plan

Competitive and comparative analysis of the Peel Equine industry

A competitive and comparative analysis of the Peel region has been undertaken to position the Peel as the preferred location for the anticipated relocation of the industry from Perth. This project is region-wide.

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Project Delivery

Rescuing the Lake Clifton Thrombolites

A pilot scale trial to commence a rescue mission for the thrombolites from the increasing salinity of Lake Clifton. The Thrombolites attract ~240,000 visitors a year and are critically endangered.

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Initiative planning

Keralup Land Opportunities

Funding of $9.2M has been secured for road planning, design and construction. Design is well progressed with all approvals expected by end of May 2021. The construction agreement is currently under negotiation with the Shire of Murray to maximise local content and procurement benefits. Leases are expected to be finalised by May 2021.

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Project Delivery

Pinjarra Heritage Railway Precinct Master Plan

Revitalisation of the historic Pinjarra Heritage Railway Precinct within Pinjarra to increase local and regional visitation.

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Initiative planning

Regional Trails Initiative

The Peel Regional Trails Initiative will position the Peel as a key regional trails destination. Capitalising on its iconic landscapes and variety of trails from scarp to coast, the trails will attract tourism and adventure visitors locally and from afar. Attractions will include mountain biking, hiking, running, bush-walking, canoeing and 4-wheel-driving, as well as linking up the heritage Hotham Valley Railway, unique to Peel.

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Business case

Boddington Employment Precinct

1500hA of buffered land will be developed for production of fertilisers and soils, intensive animal husbandry and associated industries.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Peel Business Park Nambeelup

The Peel Business Park will provide infrastructure for food manufacturing and processing industries, logistics enterprises and supporting commercial and light industrial activities. 74 hectares will be ready by 2021 with a further 120 hectares by 2031.

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Project Commencement

WA Food Innovation Precinct

The WAFIP, based in Nambeelup region, is set to become the hub of agri-innovation in Western Australia. This development is linked to the Australian Government’s National Manufacturing Priorities sector of Food and Beverage. With WAFIP’s focus on commercial research and development, innovation and value added products WA’s agribusinesses, particularly those in the regional areas, will be able to grow and export. The WAFIP’s Production centre includes a $10M Food Technology Facility to aid businesses in scale-up, creating new product and carving out export opportunities. The $3.8M Enterprise Support Program will enable 1:1 co-funding approach with industry. Adopting a hub-and-spokes model the WAFIP will deploy technological advancements to link the various growing regions & agri communities across WA.

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Project Delivery

WA Food Innovation Precinct Phase 2

Phase 2 of the WAFIP will enhance the development of Agribusiness across WA through development of the WAFIP Brand, Trademark and Certification, WAFIP Digital SME FoodTrust and provide advisory & consulting and common user services.

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Initiative planning

Regional Waterways Data Array

The Regional Waterways Data Array will create an open platform for regional science, research and industry to cluster, collaborate and innovate on the collective vision of maintaining and enhancing the region’s environmental and economic future. It will comprise an Internet of Things (IOT) network of test stations and sensors that will drive a collection of big data streams, bringing the Peel-Harvey waterways alive with real-time, location-specific data and monitoring.

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Funding Application

Australian Waterways Research Centre

Complementing the Regional Waterways Data Array is the Australian Centre for Water Science. It will provide a permanent centralised hub for water science research and related business activity, regionally, nation-wide and internationally.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Infrastructure Development for Pinjarra Racing

Infrastructure development at the Pinjarra Racing Club to foster the further development of the equine industry and establish Pinjarra as a viable place for the anticipated relocation of the industry from Perth.

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Business case

Infrastructure development for Pinjarra Racing and Harness Racing Clubs

Pinjarra is seeking investment for the infrastructure development of both tracks to foster the development of the equine industry.

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Business case

Pinjarra Heavy Haulage Deviation – Western Deviation

The heavy haulage deviation will be an important component of beautifying Pinjarra’s main street, enabling a more pedestrian friendly, vibrant and attractive town centre, the population of which will increase from 4,000 to 20,000 by 2036. The deviation will run from Pinjarra Road (Beacham Road intersection) to Greenlands Road and link from Pinjarra Light Industrial Area to Greenlands Road.

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Business case

Murrayfield Airport Infrastructure Upgrade

RACWA is seeking investment to undertake the development of services and facilities at Murrayfield to facilitate development to include pilot training, a light sports aircraft centre, aircraft storage and aircraft maintenance and repair facilities, and upgrades for international cargo freight. Major investment in Murrayfield delayed pending announcement from State government regarding longer-term state aviation facilities.

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Business case

Edenvale Precinct Place & Activation Plan

Revitalisation of the historic Edenvale precinct within Pinjarra to increase local and regional visitation.

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Initiative planning

Pinjarra Town Centre Revitalisation

This project will follow-on from the development of the Pinjarra Heavy Haulage Deviation which will be completed in mid 2023. With the creation of this Deviation, the town centre and road entries will be developed as a pedestrian friendly and vibrant town centre. Funding for the initial stage of the heavy haulage bypass has been secured and a funding application lodged for redevelopment of the Exchange Hotel site. Other project elements include Pinjarra Road Streetscape Enhancement, Pinjarra Rd Dual Use Pathway, George Rd Streetscape, Civic Centre Masterplan, and Ross McLarty Precinct Masterplan.

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Initiative planning

Mundijong Freight Rail Realignment

Planning for the development of Westport has identified the need to realign the existing Freight Rail out of the centre of the Mundijong Whitby Urban cell to service the new 440ha West Mundijong Industrial Area to support the planned urban development of Mundijong/Whitby and the development of West Mundijong, including the required Intermodal Hub which has been identified in the planning stage of Westport as an integral part of the logistics and supply chain.

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Initiative planning

Byford Rail Extension (Metronet)

A Transit Orientated Precinct will be established within the Byford Town Centre. A Central Station Precinct will enhance the growth, housing, job availability and opportunity and overall activation of Byford.

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Initiative planning

Tonkin Highway Extension additional grade separated overpasses

Extending Tonkin Highway from Thomas Road to South Western Highway south-east of Mundijong, creating a high standard north-south transport link in Perth’s south-eastern corridor. The project is jointly funded by the Australian ($404 million) and Western Australian ($101 million) Governments.

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Project Commencement

Preston Beach Foreshore Master Plan

Waroona are leading the identification of economic opportunities and environmental and social improvements, including development of a caravan park and interconnected pedestrian access to the beach. Masterplan is currently in preparation and initial community consultations have been undertaken.

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Initiative planning

Provision of a long vehicle breakdown assembly facility

Construction of a long vehicle breakdown/assembly facility to increase flexibility and maximise freight options between Kenwick and Picton. The facility will also be utilised by operators based in Perth, South West and further afield.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Waroona Community Precinct

Redevelopment of the Waroona Town Centre to include a centrally located Community Precinct to strengthen wellbeing, promote participation and encourage re-connection through the provision of recreation opportunities for all ages, abilities and interests. The precinct will include a skate park, pump track, playground, bbq's and park facilities. An existing on-site building will be repurposed for community use, supporting seniors, artists, businesses and other interest groups through workshops, events, activities and learning programs.

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Funding Application

Waroona Town Centre Revitalisation Strategy

Implementation of the Waroona Town Centre Revitalisation Strategy will bring vibrancy and an economic focus to the town centre of Waroona. Priority projects have been identified and are undergoing detailed planning and business case development.

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Project Delivery

Regenerating Soils and Water for Food program

Advocacy for extension to current funding for this project will accelerate the uptake of regenerative agriculture and farming systems through a number of linked initiatives to implement new soil and on-farm water management practices resulting in improved long-term food production and farm profitability. This project will accelerate the uptake of regenerative agriculture and farming systems through: 1) Extending on-farm trials of compost and organic soil amendments to all areas of the Peel Region 2) Facilitating rollout of proven inorganic soil amendments to farmers 3) Modifying drainage systems to restore wetlands and maximize on-farm water use 4) Promoting the farm-tourism and marketing potential of producers engaging in new soil and water management practices.

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Funding plan

Peel Region beef grazing and broadacre farming sustainability project

Broadacre agriculture, including 400 beef grazing operations, covers 70% of the Peel region coastal plain. It is a major contributor to the economy, amenity and environmental condition of the Peel Region. In partnership with producer groups, regional grower groups and leading farmers, the project will implement a program for broadacre farmers (beef, sheep and hay) to: 1) Raise farm profitability through green labelling, and alternative income streams 2) Support measurement and reduction of carbon footprints, towards carbon neutrality 3) Support adoption of catchment water quality protection standards, 4) Implement an on-farm biodiversity stewardship standard.

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Funding plan

Nambeelup Managed Aquifer Recharge

The Nambeelup Managed Aquifer Recharge scheme will store water in underground aquifers for supply to the Peel Business Park development and enterprises in the Park.

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Business case

Murray Hills horticulture zone and water pipeline

The pipeline will maximize the growth potential of the horticulture and agriculture zone, based on identified export market needs, along the escarpment edge, and the development of a water supply pipeline to the area.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Seasonal and Strategic Industry Workers Accommodation

Local food producers are experiencing significant growth in demand for product resulting in significant growth seasonal workers. With most of these workers being sourced from overseas, there is an urgent need to provide accommodation. In addition the Waroona abattoir is currently undergoing refurbishment to reopen in 2021/2022 for small scale meat processing. At full production this facility is likely to have 300 employees.

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Business case

Boddington Sculpture Town

Extensive public art sculptures will reposition Boddington as tourism attraction. Develop signage to interpret sculptures installed throughout the Shire to visitors.

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Initiative planning

Boddington Mountain Bike Trails

Extensive public art sculptures will reposition Boddington as tourism attraction.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Transform Mandurah - City Centre - Waterfront Development

Both the Mandurah Eastern and Western Foreshore will be invigorated with family friendly attractions. The site of a former historical swimming pool, the ‘Estuary Pool’ on the Eastern Foreshore will bring swimming back into the City Centre. The Western Foreshore ‘Destination Adventure Play Space’ will provide unique ‘Wow!’ play equipment and activities that caters for all ages, groups and users, with a particular focus on facilities that cater for teenagers.

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Project Commencement

Peel-Yalgorup Wetlands Trails

The Peel-Yalgorup Wetlands Trails will grow the Peel Region’s tourism potential by developing a diverse range of environmentally sustainable tourism attractions to the wetland system that will promote its natural beauty, wildlife, recreational opportunities and Aboriginal culture. These will potentially include walk, mountain bike, equestrian and paddle trails, pop-up dining, bird watching and wildlife tours, indigenous interpretive trails and tours, and a variety of eco-accommodation options.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Pinjarra Massacre Indigenous Interpretive Site

An extension of the existing memorial and construction of a functional interpretive/information centre has been planned for the townsite of Pinjarra. The upgraded Pinjarra Massacre site will promote harmony, reconciliation and economic development for the indigenous community and the district.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Dwellingup National Trails Development project – Dwellingup Gap Project

The official opening of the Murray Valley trails component of Dwellingup Adventure Trails project occurred in November 2020. Completion of all remaining infrastructure/assets in relation to project (i.e.. bridge, pop-up facilities at Baden Powell, road infrastructure) is on track for completion by March 2021. The Shire is actively pursuing funding opportunities to deliver this project and has secured $2.7M to fully fund it.

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Business case

Re-establishment of the Harvest Highway Tourism Route

Hundreds of thousands of vehicles travel south from Perth annually. The Harvest Highway concept will re-activate the South West Highway as a major tourist drive/route and increase tourism and economic activity between Byford and Harvey.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Byford Trail Centre, Mundijong to Jarrahdale Rail Trail and Jarrahdale Oval Trail head

These three major trails projects will enhance the trails offerings in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale and increase visitation and tourism. The Byford Trail Centre has state significance for bush walking, trail running and mountain biking. The Mundijong to Jarrahdale Rail Trail has the potential to create a family friendly and highly accessible rail trail experience for walkers, cyclists and horse riders, providing a continuous link from Mundijong through to Jarrahdale. The Jarrahdale Oval Trail Head is a development opportunity with state significance for supporting equestrian trail use and events at Jarrahdale Oval.

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Business case

Jarrahdale Trails Town

With its networks of walking, running, mountain biking and equine trails and close proximity to the Perth Metro area Jarrahdale is well placed to be developed as a Trails Town.

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Business case

Drakesbrook Weir Redevelopment

Implementation of the Drakesbrook Weir Precinct Master Plan will significantly increase tourist market share to the region. Planning, feasibility/business case and detailed costings are in the process of being finalised.

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Initiative planning

Sea to Scarp Trails

As part of the Peel Regional Trails Initiative, walk trails are planned throughout the shire including the communities of Waroona, Hamel, Lake Clifton and Preston Beach.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Peel Hospitality Training Centre

Development of industry standard hospitality and tourism facilities at the Mandurah Education Campus.

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Project Commencement

Byford TAFE

Development of a TAFE in Byford to enable access to equine businesses and provide an opportunity to explore the development of equine related training alongside traditional TAFE courses.

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Business case

Peel Health & Wellbeing Project - Mental Health Coordination

Mental health coordination team pilot program at Peel Health Hub, coordinating GP / specialist / NFP and support programs for patients presenting or referred with mental health needs.

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Project Delivery

Peel Health & Wellbeing Project - Aged Care Inreach

This pilot program aims to reduce patient presentation to ED from aged care facilities and improving end of life quality by coordinating GP and nurse practitioner attendance in-house, along with support from digital/in reach and other care coordination.

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Project Delivery

Murray Hospital short/medium upgrades and longer term redevelopment

Short to medium term upgrades to Murray District Hospital. Longer term construction of new hospital planned for the Mandurah Murray corridor.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Quambie Park Residential Respite

Develop a safe, dignified and welcoming home away from home accommodation option for people living with dementia.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Quambie Park Couples Room

Couples rooms will be developed to prevent the separation of aged people due to illness or dependence on receiving assistance.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Boddington Residential Aged Care

Boddington is investigating models and building a business case for aged care in small communities.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Lakelands-Madora Bay Pedestrian Bridge

The City has purchased a pedestrian bridge to provide a safe, accessible connection for the communities of Lakelands and Madora where a population of approximately 10,287 is expected to increase by 81% by 2036. The suburbs are split by a busy four lane highly trafficked highway, which sees over 25,000 vehicles per day. Council is now seeking State Government support to upgrade and relocate this bridge.

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Business case

Dawesville Community Centre

A new multi-purpose community facility in Dawesville captures the aspirations of local residents and will deliver a hub of community activity for generations to come. Dawesville has experienced significant growth over the last 15 years, leading to increased demand for social infrastructure, community facilities and services. The current population of 9,153 is expected to grow by 49% to 2036, with residents currently travelling to and from central Mandurah for the majority of services (1 hour by bus). The WA Labor Party has announced $3 million funding commitment towards Dawesville Community Centre.

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Business case

North Mandurah Waste Water Reuse Scheme

Wastewater will be diverted from Gordon Rd Wastewater Treatment Plant for the North Mandurah Wastewater Reuse Scheme to enable access to alternative supply for northern district public open space watering.

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Project Delivery

Keirnan Park Regional Recreation Precinct

The Keirnan Park Recreation Precinct Stage 1A and 1B involves the planning and construction of 2x AFL/Cricket ovals, 12x district netball courts, 1x pavilion, BMX facility, parking and associated infrastructure, to meet recreation infrastructure needs.

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Funding Application

Byford Health Hub

Operating as a satellite service under the Armadale Health Service, the facility will provide a vital health asset to WA’s fastest growing area. Located at the Civic site south of the future Byford METRONET train station, the Health Hub will provide space for health services including medical clinics, allied health and GPs, mental health, nurse practitioner, community midwife, treatment rooms, and education and training rooms.

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Project Commencement

Waroona Environmental Hub

Development of the old Department of Agriculture facilities in Waroona into an Environmental Hub to service the Peel region and wider Western Australian regions. This refurbished facility will incorporate the Peel Harvey Catchment Council, Landcare offices and various other environmental groupings. The hub will focus on best practice research and implementation. Long lease negotiations have been undertaken along with preliminary costs estimates for refurbishment.

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Initiative planning

Waroona Sport & Recreation Centre Upgrades

Complete upgrades at the WSRC including replacement of key machinery and infrastructure - specifically replace boiler and chemical dosing system. The Waroona Sport and Recreation Master Plan is nearing completion, including identification of key priority projects which will detailed with feasibility/business cases, costings and funding sought internally and externally.

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Initiative planning

Co-location of sporting clubs into a sports precinct

Co-location of AFL, cricket, bowls and golf clubs. Consultants have been appointed and initial consultations with sporting clubs underway. Site options have been identified.

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Initiative planning

Thomas Road Duplication

Duplication of the Tomas Road dual carriageway Thomas Road from the Kwinana Freeway to South West Highway (currently Shire Road) to facilitate improves commuter and freight movements east – West across the region and to maximise economic benefits from Westport development.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Dwellingup Trails & Visitor Centre, Destination Branding & Marketing

Completion of the national Dwellingup Trails & Visitor Centre. Preparation and implementation of the Shire of Murray Tourism Marketing Strategy/Plan.

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Initiative planning

Beddown Crisis Accommodation Service

Working with Vicinity Group to open Mandurah Forum carpark at night for the Beddown pop-up crisis accommodation service.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Mandurah Early Years Action Plan

Address results from Australian Early Development Census which demonstrates that one in three children living in Halls Head enter school developmentally vulnerable.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Child Health and Wellbeing

Addressing the lack of services for primary school age children experiencing anxiety, bullying and family breakdown. Anticipated commencement February 2022.

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Funding Application

Respite Care for Young People 12-15

Addressing the lack of respite care for young people who need a break from their family. There is also a lack of foster care available for this age group.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Transform Mandurah: City Centre Tourism & Cultural Precinct

The Transform Mandurah plan looks to attract a hotel of an international standard to the City Centre, as well as a convention centre that will allow the area to host significant conferences and events. This is vital if Mandurah is to be the known centre of water research and is to attract relevant conferences, delegations and industry events to the region.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

South-East Dawesville Foreshore Development

The South-East Dawesville Foreshore is the last large area of strategically located public land available on Mandurah’s estuary. The foreshore development capitalises on the unique location to deliver: Improved public access to the estuary foreshore; Designated areas for kayak and sailing opportunities, Development of a ‘nature play’ adventure play space, Protection and preservation of existing bird nesting sites and the foreshores thriving natural environment.

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Business case

Transform Mandurah: City Centre Redevelopment

The City is seeking to relocate a relevant government agency to Mandurah to bring a workforce of 900-1,000 people to help stimulate. The plan will bring arts and culture to the City Centre, potentially including a library, cultural centre, amphitheatre and sculpture works. It will also be well connected to the train station and throughout Mandurah with a rapid transport network right into the City Centre.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Common Ground Facility (Crisis Accommodation)

The City of Mandurah is seeking Government commitment to deliver the next Common Ground facility in Mandurah to break the cycle of homelessness for the more than 80 people living rough in Mandurah. Common Ground is about providing housing to those who are homeless while providing access to permanent housing that is linked with relevant support services to overcome complex histories.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

Peel-Harvey Estuary Science Advisor

Continuation of funding being sought to employ a Science Advisor to provide advice and integrate science into the management of the Peel-Harvey, including the preparation of a bi-annual Health Report Card and 5-10 year review of the Science Strategy for the Peel-Harvey.

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Funding Application

Peel-Yalgorup Wetlands Governance Structure

Advocacy for funds to prepare and implement a governance structure for the effective management of the Peel-Yalgorup wetlands which is currently managed across a range of portfolios with various objectives and the health of the system is declining

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Maintenance of environmental capital

Implement priority actions of the Binjareb Boodja Landscapes 2025 plan including Sustainable recreational use of natural resources, Protect groundwater quality and quantity as hydrological inputs to wetlands and watercourses, Protect near-shore habitats for productivity and biodiversity Improve wetlands and watercourses, Manage and reduce threats, Restore ecological linkages, Communicate state of the catchment and relevant science to decision makers and community, and Maintain effective information collection storage and analysis processes.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Peel-Yalgorup System Boundary Review

Advocacy to authorise a review of current boundaries of the Peel-Yalgorup Ramsar System to include extension areas agreed in 2008 and additional areas subsequently identified and develop a "Zoning Plan” to protect ecological and socio-cultural values of the Pell-Yalgorup System.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Resourcing of Peel Yalgorup System Management Advisory Group/Technical Advisory Group (TAG)

Advocacy to extend funding from 2023 to provide the secretariat and Technical support for the facilitation of the Peel-Yalgorup System Ramsar TAG which brings ~27 stakeholder groups together for advice, support, collaborative management and evaluation of the implementation of the Peel-Yalgorup Management Plan.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Wetlands and People Plan

Advocacy to extend funding from 2023 to implement Priority actions of the PHCC's Wetlands and People Plan and Binjareb Boodja NRM Strategy engagement programs to Communicate, educate, raise awareness and encourage participation in Natural Resource Management; Develop joint management opportunities for Aboriginal involvement in Natural Resource Management; Increase awareness, knowledge and understanding of natural assets; and Engage community in activities that raise the awareness of a connection with natural assets and values.

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Options analysis & initiative selection

Healthy Waterways Infrastructure Fund

Advocacy for funding to establish an infrastructure fund for projects to establish healthy waterways across the Peel-Harvey Catchment. Funds will facilitate projects for a reduced nutrient load to reach the Ramsar listed Peel-Harvey Estuary by implementing recommended actions of the Environmental Protection Authority’s 2008 ‘Water Quality Improvement Plan’.

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Initiative planning

Water Quality Improvement Plan Implementation

Advocacy for legislative change to implement on-ground and policy changes as recommended in the Water Quality Improvement Program (WQIP) for the Peel-Harvey, including: Government establish a clear policy and approvals framework for the use of soil amendment to improve water quality in the Peel-Harvey and Government (WA Planning Commission) ensure that WQIP water quality targets are incorporated into all levels of land use decision making.

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Business case

Relocation of the State Equestrian Centre Facility

With strong representation across the equine disciplines present in the Shire of Serpentine-Jarrahdale and available land allowing for expansion and development, the project involves the construction of a facility similar to that of the State Equestrian Centre in the City of Swan.

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Initiative planning

West Mundijong Industrial Area

Provision of funding to develop headworks to establish West Mundijong Industrial Area as an Intermodal Hub. The Intermodal Hub has been identified in the planning stage of Westport as an integral part of the logistics and supply chain.

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Problem/opportunity analysis

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